Council Newsletter First Issue: Learning about Home Front Pioneering

The Regional Bahá’í Council of the Atlantic States has launched a news organ to share learning on specific topics from activities throughout the region.

“In the next five years, the successful prosecution of the Plan will require the services of several thousand consecrated souls who, spurred on by their love for the Blessed Beauty, will forsake their homes to settle in villages, towns and cities in order to raise to 5,000 the number of clusters with programmes of growth.” – Universal House of Justice, letter dated May 23, 2011 to the Bahá’ís of the World

The Atlantic Region is blessed with the opportunity to learn how to establish 112 programs of growth by the end of the Plan. Many friends are striving to assist these goal clusters—some who serve as mobile tutors and some who made the decision, out of their love for Bahá’u’lláh, to “forsake their homes” to pioneer in the region. The stories in this first issue are accounts of two home front pioneer families’ and one individual’s service in their new clusters.

Building Capacities for Learning in the Atlantic Region, no.1 (February 2015)